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All applicants should have academic background in quantitative methods, such as mathematics, statistics, or econometrics. Master's Theses published prior to 2006 don't have subject headings. List by Specialization Select 'specialization', put the cursor in the search box and click 'enter'.List Awarded Theses Type 'awarded' and click 'Search'.If you have any questions regarding the application process, please contact the admission team at [email protected] We welcome applications from students who have, or expect to have, a good undergraduate degree in economics (upper second-class or higher).If you have questions regarding the academic aspect of the programme, please contact the Head of Masters’ programmes in Economics, Dr. Strong candidates from related fields will also be considered.The library may hold copies of such texts, or alternatively you may wish to purchase your own copies.Although not essential reading, you may benefit from the additional reading materials for the module.Please visit our international pages to find out about the University's regulations about English language requirements and be confirmed This page contains specific entry requirements for this course.The programme starts with an intensive two-week module Preliminary Mathematics and Statistics designed to ensure that students have the quantitative skills necessary to successfully undertake the core modules.Part-time programme lasts 27 months and consists of the same components as the full-time version.Students consult with the Head of Masters to establish a detailed plan of studies to fulfil the programme requirements.